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ADA Exec Chat: Hiten Chawla, Medtronic's VP Of Global Marketing Discusses Diabetes Business Plans

At this year's American Diabetes Association (ADA) meeting in San Francisco, medtech giant Medtronic made several key announcements including a collaboration with Tidepool Loop, the start of a new patient trial to develop its next-generation hybrid closed-loop system and another trial to improve its sensor technology. Medtech Insight met up with Hiten Chawla, Medtronic's VP of global marketing for its diabetes business, to learn more about these plans.

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Biotronik Addresses US CRM Market With Its Rivacor And Acticor Lines

The company recently launched six new implantable high-voltage cardiac rhythm management devices with the thin elliptical BIOshape to minimize the risk of skin erosion around the device pocket. Rivacor and Acticor also feature Biotronik's DX leadless atrial diagnostic technology, and MRI AutoDetect which automatically switches the device to a MR-safe mode when it enters a magnetic resonance imaging environment.

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NESTcc Test Case List Includes Apple Watch, Pelvic Mesh

The National Evaluation System for health Technology Coordinating Center announced 12 new test cases that use real-world evidence to examine medical device industry priorities. The list includes an Apple Watch study, as well as an FDA proposal on the use of pelvic mesh to treat urinary incontinence.

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Judge Gives Go-Ahead To Suit Involving Recalled Medtronic Device

A negligence complaint against a Texas hospital that implanted a patient with a recalled Medtronic spinal device can move forward, a state appeals court ruled.

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